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Lindsey Hardegree ('06) was already an organizer for many of her friends' homes, but now she's Georgia's only certified consultant in the KonMari Method™ espoused by Marie Kondo, whose show on Netflix and book on tidying up are both big hits. Read wake Forest Magazine’s Web Exclusive story about Hardegree's tidying journey at the link in our bio. @GetOrganizedYall @ECFimpacts
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Lindsey Hardegree ('06) was already an organizer for many of her friends' homes, but now she's Georgia's only certified consultant in the KonMari Method™ espoused by Marie Kondo, whose show on Netflix and book on tidying up are both big hits. Read wake Forest Magazine’s Web Exclusive story about Hardegree's tidying journey at the link in our bio. @GetOrganizedYall @ECFimpacts

21 hours ago
The colors are as intense as the heat in Winston-Salem. Happy summer to all! Photo by Ken Bennett
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The colors are as intense as the heat in Winston-Salem. Happy summer to all! Photo by Ken Bennett

5 days ago
Know a Wake Forest alum who is practicing Pro Humanitate, in life, in career, in volunteer work? Email us at magazine@wfu.edu or message us here. We may include them in Wake Forest Magazine in print or online. In this photo by Ken Bennett, Wake Foresters and neighbors plant 300 gem box holly shrubs along the garden borders at Reynolda House Museum of American Art as part of Pro Humanitate Days in April.
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Know a Wake Forest alum who is practicing Pro Humanitate, in life, in career, in volunteer work? Email us at magazine@wfu.edu or message us here. We may include them in Wake Forest Magazine in print or online. In this photo by Ken Bennett, Wake Foresters and neighbors plant 300 gem box holly shrubs along the garden borders at Reynolda House Museum of American Art as part of Pro Humanitate Days in April.

1 weeks ago
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Producer and writer Carol Barbee ('81) is the showrunner for a new series on Netflix called "Raising Dion," expected to be released this year (no date yet.) It stars Michael B. Jordan (Black Panther, Fruitvale Station, Creed) and Ja'Siah Young as Dion, a boy whose widowed mother discovers he has superpowers. Barbee's work includes "Touch" (2012), "Jericho" (2006) and "Die Hard" (1990). #raisingdion @raisingdionnetflix @michaelbjordan

2 weeks ago
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Renée Davis Benton ('97) has kept Pro Humanitate in her career, becoming a volunteer "wish granter," then a "wish manager" and eventually program director for Make A Wish Illinois. Today, she's a finance manager for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Read our Web Exclusive story in the link in our bio about how she has made dreams come true and is supporting communities around the world.
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Renée Davis Benton ('97) has kept Pro Humanitate in her career, becoming a volunteer "wish granter," then a "wish manager" and eventually program director for Make A Wish Illinois. Today, she's a finance manager for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Read our Web Exclusive story in the link in our bio about how she has made dreams come true and is supporting communities around the world.

3 weeks ago
Proud to share with all of the alumni and faculty who form the core of our content that Wake Forest Magazine was named the 2019 Robert Sibley Magazine of the Year, the highest honor for magazine excellence in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) international competition. The magazine was chosen from a field of 180 publications at educational institutions, which was narrowed to 11 finalists, including from Amherst College, Oberlin College, the University of Chicago and the University of Pennsylvania. “[It’s] clearly a magazine to be reckoned with,” remarked one of the judges. “[It has a] rich variety of stories, professional grade throughout, captures the vibrancy of an ambitious research university page by page, [and has] imagery that takes us out into the world with the Wake Forest people it follows there.” In addition, CASE awarded the magazine three gold Circle of Excellence Awards:General Interest Magazines (circulation of 75,000 or more). The three issues in 2018 were submitted.Special Issues, for “The Community Issue” (Spring 2018)Feature Writing, Profile, for the story “Walking with the Hope” by editor Maria Henson ('82)Read more about the awards by clicking on the link in our bio.
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Proud to share with all of the alumni and faculty who form the core of our content that Wake Forest Magazine was named the 2019 Robert Sibley Magazine of the Year, the highest honor for magazine excellence in the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) international competition. The magazine was chosen from a field of 180 publications at educational institutions, which was narrowed to 11 finalists, including from Amherst College, Oberlin College, the University of Chicago and the University of Pennsylvania. “[It’s] clearly a magazine to be reckoned with,” remarked one of the judges. “[It has a] rich variety of stories, professional grade throughout, captures the vibrancy of an ambitious research university page by page, [and has] imagery that takes us out into the world with the Wake Forest people it follows there.” In addition, CASE awarded the magazine three gold Circle of Excellence Awards: General Interest Magazines (circulation of 75,000 or more). The three issues in 2018 were submitted. Special Issues, for “The Community Issue” (Spring 2018) Feature Writing, Profile, for the story “Walking with the Hope” by editor Maria Henson ('82) Read more about the awards by clicking on the link in our bio.

3 weeks ago
Senior Editor Kerry M. King (‘85) of Wake Forest Magazine celebrated 30 years of working for the university today. Thank you for all you have done and continue to do for your alma mater. 🎩🎩🎩
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Senior Editor Kerry M. King (‘85) of Wake Forest Magazine celebrated 30 years of working for the university today. Thank you for all you have done and continue to do for your alma mater. 🎩🎩🎩

4 weeks ago
In case you forgot. 🎩
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In case you forgot. 🎩

4 weeks ago
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Quad sod! @wfuniversity
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Quad sod! @wfuniversity

4 weeks ago
Woody Faircloth (’90) didn’t feel right about sending thoughts and prayers alone to victims of November's Camp Fire that killed 85 people and destroyed the town of Paradise, California. Instead, he started with one RV, and with the help of a host of his ‘angels,’ he found a way to keep on giving. "If you're in a position to help, why wouldn't you?" Read our story at the link in our bio. @wfaircloth11 @RV4campfirefamily
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Woody Faircloth (’90) didn’t feel right about sending thoughts and prayers alone to victims of November's Camp Fire that killed 85 people and destroyed the town of Paradise, California. Instead, he started with one RV, and with the help of a host of his ‘angels,’ he found a way to keep on giving. "If you're in a position to help, why wouldn't you?" Read our story at the link in our bio. @wfaircloth11 @RV4campfirefamily

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The Summer 2019 issue of Wake Forest Magazine will make its way to alumni beginning next week, with some California dreaming to share.
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The Summer 2019 issue of Wake Forest Magazine will make its way to alumni beginning next week, with some California dreaming to share.

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Thank you for lifting our week with a lovely magnolia bloom on campus, photographer Ken Bennett.
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Thank you for lifting our week with a lovely magnolia bloom on campus, photographer Ken Bennett.

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A new class of alumni, as of a week ago. Go 2019!
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A new class of alumni, as of a week ago. Go 2019!

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Firsts are a charm for Kelly FitzGerald (’17). At Wake Forest, film captured her attention when she won a competition with her first short movie and joined a team of young winners who presented Oscar statues at the Academy Awards in 2015. After graduation, she began working in film as a set decorator in Los Angeles, where she has recommitted to her lifelong passion for dance with a new challenge — the difficult Argentine tango. She’s competing and winning. See the magazine’s Web Exclusive story and more photos at the link in our bio. Photo by Tania Espinosa, apparel by Tango With Love by Fioretta Mino @kellyefitzz @tangowithlove @taniaespinosaphoto
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Firsts are a charm for Kelly FitzGerald (’17). At Wake Forest, film captured her attention when she won a competition with her first short movie and joined a team of young winners who presented Oscar statues at the Academy Awards in 2015. After graduation, she began working in film as a set decorator in Los Angeles, where she has recommitted to her lifelong passion for dance with a new challenge — the difficult Argentine tango. She’s competing and winning. See the magazine’s Web Exclusive story and more photos at the link in our bio. Photo by Tania Espinosa, apparel by Tango With Love by Fioretta Mino @kellyefitzz @tangowithlove @taniaespinosaphoto

May 2019
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Will Kent walked his Demon Deacon mascot shoes right up to accept his diploma! #wfugrad

May 2019
The proud walk of our newest @wfuniversity alumni. Welcome to the magnificent ranks! Congrats and Pro Humanitate! 🎩 #WFUGrad
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The proud walk of our newest @wfuniversity alumni. Welcome to the magnificent ranks! Congrats and Pro Humanitate! 🎩 #WFUGrad

May 2019
Will Kent of Lenoir, N.C., was Demon Deacon mascot and decided to walk the walk in his Deacon shoes. #WFUGrads
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Will Kent of Lenoir, N.C., was Demon Deacon mascot and decided to walk the walk in his Deacon shoes. #WFUGrads

May 2019
Andrew Kozlow of Ararat, North Carolina, gives his dad, Reed, a lift. Andrew is working at Novant Health in WInston-Salem. Andrew is a politics and international affairs major with minors in biology and chemistry. @akozlow
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Andrew Kozlow of Ararat, North Carolina, gives his dad, Reed, a lift. Andrew is working at Novant Health in WInston-Salem. Andrew is a politics and international affairs major with minors in biology and chemistry. @akozlow

May 2019
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